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As the pandemic continues, managing mental health in addition to physical health is critical.
The coronavirus continued to impact the U.S. and nations throughout the world.
The New Bedford Wellness Initiative recently interviewed biologist Dr. Erin Bromage about the ongoing pandemic.
Massachusetts SNAP users can now buy groceries online using their EBT cards.
Huttleston Marketplace, now entering its third year, returns despite the ongoing pandemic.
While the local COAs continue to restrict visitors, the centers are still finding ways to stay connected with patrons.
The global pandemic disrupted American life during the spring of 2020.
By taking on numerous volunteers and new drivers, Coastline was able to avert a suspension of service.
Restrictions inspired people to innovate and work around social distancing measures.
The monthly mobile market, based in New Bedford, provides free produce to the public.
The state is working with local boards of health to launch a contact tracing program.
In late January. the City of New Bedford conducted the Point in Time Count, which tracks the number of homeless people in a community.
Chickpea salad proves that you don’t have to sacrifice flavor when cutting back on sodium.
This year the federal government will once again count every citizen in the United States.
At a recent workshop, panelists offered advise to caregivers about caring for themselves.
Having an ankle with proper mobility is essential to keep the body’s gait in check.
About 500 people received blood pressure checks during the fifth annual “Love Your Heart” event.
A group of panelists discuss how life has changed across the decades for those who identify as LGBTQ.
The MIND diet was specifically designed to help slow the progression of cognitive decline.
It’s never too late to increase activation of your less dominate hand.
Dance for PD is a program intended for those with Parkinson’s disease and their caregivers
There are some special considerations to keep in mind if you’re traveling with someone who has dementia.
February is heart month and there are so many fantastic ways to keep our hearts healthy.
Hundreds of volunteers worked together to serve Thanksgiving meals.
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